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If Yankee Stadium is the grand "cathedral of baseball," then Cooperstown is its Pantheon. Established to help the village withstand the Great Depression, the Hall of Fame has become more than just a tourist attraction. It is a place where legends meet once a year to induct new members of their elite fraternity.Why is baseball the national pastime?
Baseball isn't just the national pastime; it's an expression of the American philosophy. Baseball embodies many ideals that are part of the American ethos. Unlike games like soccer, baseball isn't against the clock, so as long as players score, they can keep on scoring.Where can I find a list of all of the Hofers?
They're all listed with primary teams on the HOF website. Cooper played for the KC Monarchs. Grant for the Cuban Giants. Hill and Torriente for the Chicago American Giants. Mackey for the Hilldale Giants. Santop for the Hilldale Daisies. Taylor for the Indianapolis ABCs. This has been corrected. Blame it on Wikipedia.